Winchester in Franklin County, Tennessee — The American South (East South Central)
The Franklin County Confederate Memorial Cemetery
from the Franklin County
area who defended their
(Metal plaque at base)(Editor's note: Only names are listed here. See links below for additional text and photos.)
In memory of the Confederate soldiers of Franklin County area who answered the call to defend their homeland but who never returned. They died in battle — from wounds — from disease — in POW camps
Adams, James D, Alexander, A.T.W. Ally, J.H. Anderson, G,.S. Anderson, William S. Ashley, Michael Austin, John Awalt, William J. Backers, James B. Bagget, Wiley R. Barnes, Davis H. Barnes, James A. Bedford, Felix D. Bell, John D. Bennett, James H. Bennett, Lycurgus L. Blackman, George W. Bobo, Burrell R. Bowen, James Bowling, George N. Box, Allen Bradbury, Harrison Bradford, Alfred Bradford, Ephraim Bradford, Thomas Bradford, William Braswell, G.W. Brazelton, Jacob Brazelton, James K. Brazelton, James L. Brazelton, Martin V. Brazier, Lemuel G. Breeden,
Crabtree, John Isaac Crockett, W. N. Cross, Benjamin Crossland, James Crownover, James Crownover, Sterling Cummings, M A. Cunningham, James M. Cunningham, Thomas Daniel, Joseph Darrall, A.P. Davis, William C. Donaldson, A.J. Donaldson, James A. Dossett, George Downum, Richard Sidney Driver, Henry A. Driver, Wm. Eddy, James A. Edward, Green Elikins, Wm. P. Ellis, T. Eslick, William Estell, F.G. Estell, Nathan Green Estill, Thomas Lewis Estill, S.H. Estill, Wallace W. Ethridge, Jim Etheridge, William A. Evans, Isaac Farris, Dock Farris, H.M. Farris, W.M. Farris, William D. Felps, John C. Ferguson, Garey W. Ferguson, Samuel W. Finney, William J. Fitch, John H. Forbes, William Lee Franklin, Benjamin H. Gamble, J.M. Gaskin, Thomas M. Gaither, Phillip George, Benjamin Germon, David Gibson, A.J. Gideon, W. Gilbert, R.T. Gray, John S. Green, Edward Green, James A. Green, Richard B. Green, S.J. Green, William T.K. Greer, Henry Greer, Robert Guist, Wm. Gunter, Joseph T. Haines, Joseph C. Hall, John B. Hall, John J. Hall, Willis J. Hamilton, H.H. Hamilton, W.A.
Hanes, James K. Hardy, James M. Hassett, John Hays, William Henry, Minor W. Higginbothan, B.W. Hill, Clement D. Hill, Jesse G. Hill, Richard Hill, Thomas Hinkle, John D. Hodges, Robert Holland, Richard L. Holt, John J. Holt, Mitchell B. Hooper, William Hoosier, Isaac Hoskins, Henry Clay Howard, J.V. Howell, Sydney F. Hubbard, James D. Ikard, Elijah H. Jackson, Samuel K. Jenkins, James C. Johnson, Aaron L. Johnson, Augustus L. Johnson, W. Calvin Jones, Edwin Jones, J.R. Jones, James K. Jones, Wade M. Keith, Daniel Crawford Keith, John Kelly, Samuel M. Kelly, William F. King, John G. King, John King, R.H. King, Thomas J. Layne, J.C. Layne, James W. Lee, Caswell Lenehan, John Lenehan, William Limbough, H.H. Lipscomb, William D. Little, John H. Lock, W.C. Lucas, James J. Lumpkin, G.W. Lunny, Francis Lusk, Joseph Lynch, J.H. Lynch, Francis M. Lyons, Jesse R. Mann, Benjamin F. Mann, Matthew R. Mann, Thomas H. Marks, Jasper Jr. Mason, William May, Isaac L. Mayes, William McAfee, William McClure, John S. McClure, Thomas B. McClure, Wm. H.
McCord, William M. McCullough, John R. McKinney, Francis M. McNelly, J.H. Merrick, John Metcalf, James P. Metcalf, Wilburn Middleton, Jeremiah Minor, Henry W. Mitchell, Jacob Mitchell, John O. Morgan, Francis M. Morris, William T. Motlow, Felix Grundy Nason, G.W. Newman, O.P. Newman, William J. Northcutt, S.H. Northcutt, W.L. Norton, James O. Norvell, Nathaniel G. Nuckles, William N. Oliver, J.W. Oliver, W.T. Ousley, J.T. Overby, Edward A. Owen, Daniel Parker, Monroe Parks, George T. Parton, Geo. W. Pearson, Thomas Benton Peay, G. Pelham, Shade Pelham, Thaddeus Perry, William P. Phelps, John C.C. Poe, George R. Pollock, Allen G. Poston, John B. Quales, John Ragin, George William Ray, General J. Ready, George A. Reagin, Thomas J. Reed, John Reeves, Avery Roberts, Felix G. Robertson, Vincent R. Robinson, H.C. Robinson, John P. Rogers, James M. Rogers, Robert W. Rollings, James S. Rome, Thomas W. Rosborough, Thomas J. Rose, Martin Van Buren Rose, Martin V. Rowe, Thomas W. Rowland, Waddy T. Rowlin, W.T. Russell, John Russell, Thomas Sanders, John H. Sanson, William Sargent, Campbell M. Sartain, Aaron H. Scott, W.W.
Scruggs, Marion Scruggs, Samuel Sellers, Isaac Sells, John H. Shasteen, Andrew W. Shasteen, Ezekiel F. Shasteen, George W. Shasteen, Thomas P. Shaw, Benjamin W. Shelton, D.P. Silvertooth, John H. Simpson, Finas S. Simpson, Littleberry Sims, A.J. Singleton, Henry Smith, Coleman Smith, J.M. Smith, Smart L. Smith, Solomon Sparks, Levi Speck, Amos Stephens, J.E. Stills, Isaac Stockstill, James W. Story, G.W. Strawn, William N. Sullivan, Anderson Taft, J.T. Taft, John Edward Temple, Solomon Thacker, Joseph S. Thompson, C. Thompson, Thomas J. Tipps, George H. Tipps, George Tipps, Joshua F. Tipps, Thomas J. Tipton, S.G. Tipton, T.J. Tomkins, G.W. Travillion, John C. Trigg, Gilbert R. Troxel, W.J. Turner, W. Mercer Ussery, A. Vaughan, George W. Wade, Cicero M. Wagner, Andrew J. Wakefield, C.N. Walker, Zachariah A. Watson, William E. Watts, Thomas Webb, James W. West, John S. Whitfield, Willis Whorton, Jos. P. Wilcox, George K. Wilkerson, Thomas P. Wilson, Henry A. Winchester, A. Wiseman, George T. Womack, L. H. Young, John
Isaac J. Sawyer Thomas Sawyer Pvt Isaac M. Mason Pvt Elijah C. Shetters Pvt Martin A. Shetters Pvt Wm M. Shetters Corp Bedford Lackey Benjamin H. "Frank" Cheatham Pvt John R. Cowan George W. Powers Michael Limbaugh Stephen Whitson Pvt William Henry Marchman Pvt Jesse Fraley To all the Millsaps who served the cause to defend their homes and homeland Pvt Brantley W. Duncan Pvt Newton C. Duncan Pvt John G. Duncan Pvt J.C. Duncan Pvt Eldredge J. Sisk Corp Miles Wilkinson Gen Albert S. Johnston Pvt William D. Smith ( -- ) W. Cunningham Pvt John Shetters Pvt Carroll Kelley Robert Waite Couch William Billy Payne Pvt Zachariah Walker President Jefferson Davis Capt George Cortner Anthony Stewart Sgt William Philpott Lt Matthew Cortner Pvt Henry H. Coats Patrick R. Cleburne James H. Strickland L.W. "Dock" Knippers Joseph Norris Monin Pvt James L. Berry Greenville Fletcher James P. Fletcher LTG Thomas J, Jackson LTg Ambros P. Hill Daniel King Bicknell Col Peter Turner Robert Carroll Kelley Bishop-General Leonidas Polk Captain D.C. Jackson Sgt Alexander Cortner John Hawkins Duncan Pvt Patrick Barnett LTG Nathan Bedford Forrest BG Marcellus Augustus Stovall Pvt James M. Grammer Pvt Robert Taylor Pvt James Bloomington Sutton Pvt A J Donaldson Pvt John A Panter Pvt Casper S Dean Captain Henry Wirz Lt Benjamin F Parks Pvt David Vick Capt John W Kelley AJ Bradley EF Alexander JN Todd LTG Nathan B Forrest MG John Brown Gordon Col Williams Oates Ala Pvt James H Wills General Robert E Lee BG Lewis A Armistead William M Wiliams Pvt Newton A Money Pvt Jasper J Money Pvt William H Money Pvt Joseph L Money Col James W Starnes John Wilkinson Cpl William A Duncan Pvt James P Duncan William A Duncan Jr Pvt John F Duncan Pvt GW Duncan Col James D Webb 1Lt William D Thomas Pvt William P Whitt John Andrew J Marlow Ben Higginbotham Martin A Powers George T Lightfoot Andrew J Skidmore Braxton Bragg Joseph E Johnston John Bell Hood Alexander P Stewart Issack H Hall George R Hall Lewis H Hall Joshua E Hall JH Duncan Pvt Abner J Wills Sheriff Mike D Foster Pvt J Hollis Foster Pvt William Carroll Cunningham 2Lt Wm Foster Kelly Pvt Wm C Shetters Pvt George W Shetters Pvt John Barnes Pvt George W Barnes Capt Champ Furgerson Lt Samuel Saffle Dr JB Cowan Captain Wm D Stewart Pvt Francis M Fricks Pvt Patrick H Cook Lt Richard Saffle Pvt Abner Wills Pvt James M Peck Sgt AJ Kersey William M Williams Francis Marion Taylor Gen Ambrose P Hill Pvt John Payne Pvt William Payne Pvt George W Payne Pvt Daniel C Payne Pvt Mccager C Payne Pvt Jessie S McClure Capt John W Stratton Pvt FG Kersey Pvt HT "Pomp" Kersey Pvy Lemvel L Callaway John C Bradley
Erected 2007 by Gen. A.P. Stewart Camp 1411 Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Topics. This memorial is listed in this topic list: War, US Civil.
Location. 35° 10.82′ N, 86° 6.661′ W. Marker is in Winchester, Tennessee, in Franklin County. Memorial is on 6th Avenue SW 0.1 miles west of South High Street, on the left when traveling west. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Winchester TN 37398, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Mary Sharp College (approx. 0.3 miles away); a different marker also named Mary Sharp College (approx. 0.4 miles away); Trinity Episcopal Church (approx. 0.4 miles away); Built 1963 (approx. 0.4 miles away); Built 1914 (approx. 0.4 miles away); Built 1893 (approx. 0.4 miles away); Built 1899 (approx. 0.4 miles away); a different marker also named Built 1899 (approx. 0.4 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Winchester.
Also see . . .
1. Google spreadsheet with additional text from metal plaque and commemorative bricks. (Submitted on May 9, 2021.)
2. Google photo bucket of commemorative bricks. (Submitted on May 9, 2021.)
Credits. This page was last revised on May 9, 2021. It was originally submitted on May 5, 2021. This page has been viewed 50 times since then. Photos: 1, 2. submitted on May 5, 2021.